Sustainable Healthcare for Western Ghana
Western Ghana is one of the most beautiful places in the world. But the small villages found among the coca or rubber plantations are often days away from hospitals or clinics. The routine wounds that are so common in farming are left untreated until they become life-threatening. With poor roads and no public transportation, even treatable conditions like malaria or anemia may result in death. Maternal mortality rates are among the highest in the world.
Building clinics in the rural areas of Ghana and staffing them with full-time healthcare providers is the only real solution to the medical care needs of this region.
The Yonkofa Project clinics are built by the community, on land donated by the people. They provide employment and permanent housing for local health care providers, giving them the opportunity to serve in their own country and in their own villages.
Community health care workers are at the front lines of health care in rural Ghana. They know their communities and are trusted by those they serve. As Yonkofa team members, they are trained to provide health services under the guidance of our doctors and nurses.
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